The Amazing Grace Foundation
fighting pediatric cancer

2017 Recipients

With the help of our generous donors, sponsors, and 5k participants, The Amazing Grace Foundation was able to make make the following grants in 2017

Will you join our team to help make 2018 even bigger? Contact us today to find out how you can make a donation, be a sponsor for  the 2018 5K, become a sustaining sponsor, or volunteer. As always, we are grateful for your continued support.

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Pediatric Osteogenic Sarcoma Clinical Trials: $10,000

We are always thrilled to support the institution whose team cared for Grace during her treatment. At the same time, it isn’t just Osteosarcoma we aim to stamp out; we’re proud to support clinical trials that aim to find better treatments for any type of pediatric sarcoma.

Learn more about Levine Children's Hospital.


Katlyn & Family: $3,000

Katlyn  was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in 2017. Katlyn is doing well, she is recovering from her lung surgery and walking a little better since the leg surgery. Next step is radiation and back surgery, 1 day at a time.

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Michael & Family: $3000

In May 2017, after two months of increasing knee pain,  an MRI revealed Michael had osteosarcoma in his left leg/femur.  He immediately began chemotherapy the following week.  On August 4th Michael had limb salvage surgery,  with a titanium rod replacing 18cm of his femur, and reconstruction of his knee as well.  He continued with  more chemo and a lot of physical therapy.  He finished chemo in January 2018. All of his hard work with therapy and determination has paid off,  as he has been able to return to his favorite pastime of bowling.  He was able to compete in a tournament in May 2018, exactly one year from his last tournament prior to his diagnosis.  He is graduating from Hough high school this spring and will be attending college at UNC Charlotte beginning in the fall.

Learn more about  what Michael has been up to


Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina: $6,000

We know that a Wish can have an immensely positive impact on children who are battling cancer as well as on their families. As of 2017, the average cost of a wish was $10,130. Each year, we strive to fulfill at least one Wish in our area.

Learn more about the Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina.